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Revenues rise 33% at vidgamer Havas

Vivendi subsidiary's sales skyrocket

PARIS — L.A.-based videogame producer Havas Interactive, a Vivendi subsidiary, on Wednesday posted a 33% increase in first half revenues to $236 million.

In a statement, company said that in May it became No. 1 in PC leisure software in the U.S., ahead of Mattel Interactive and Electronic Arts.

Sales outside the U.S. were up 74% in Europe and 58% in the Asia Pacific region compared to the first half of last year.

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